Well at least they can't accuse him of rigging the elections!
It'll be seen whether Mush remains as the President or not. If he doesn't step down, then the situation in Pakistan unfortunately won't be affected positively as it should be.
Hmmm, in 1999 Mush trounced Nawaz Sharif. Today the same guy defeated him, and had Bhutto not been killed the PPP wouldn't have gained as many sympathy votes.
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Originally Posted by 5N1p3R j0C|<Originally Posted by DD
IMO he was in a no-win situation here, even before the results came out, Nawaz was crying about riggings. Now he has lost it, it suddenly has become the verdict of the people. Musharraf didn't lose because he was unpopular but because he doesn't have a political base just like Imran.
If you watch the poll results carefully, you will know that neither Nawaz nor Zardari have got full vote of confidence of people of Pakistan.
It is funny how they are ganging up on Musharraf and demanding him to go even before they have formed a government. They know it very well that as long as Musharraf is there, they will not succeed in their Nadirshah ways.
Any prediction of how long it will take before Imran Khan runs to the army and begs them to dismiss the democratically elected government ?
Same way Musharraf doesn't have a political base, the party he was supporting is PML Q, MQM coallition and this coallition has won(60) almost as many seats as PML Nawaz(66).
Had Musharraf contested in 1999 election (when he was extremely popular) on his own, he still would have lost because of the lack of political base.
i'd prefer to see musharraf in power, personally
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